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GB to build £36m retirement village

12/08/2014: GB Building Solutions has won a £36m contract to build a retirement village in Great Alne, near Stratford-Upon-Avon. more »

McLaren wins London duo worth £65m

11/08/2014: McLaren Construction has landed two major commercial projects in London worth a combined £65m. more »

Balfour Beatty and Carillion make start together in Scotland

11/08/2014: Balfour Beatty and Carillion may be falling out in the boardroom over their failing merger talks, but at site level it is time to get on and make friends with the start of work announced on a major joint project. more »

Bristol launches design competition for £90m arena

11/08/2014: Bristol City Council has called on Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Competitions to stage an international contest to design a new arena for Bristol. more »

Contractor wanted for Stockport's £30m multiplex

11/08/2014: Stockport Metropolitan Borough Councils is advertising for a contractor to design and build a £30m leisure development in the town centre. more »

Balfour wins £75m Hull road scheme

08/08/2014: Balfour Beatty has scored a £75m contract from the Highways Agency to improve road access to the Port of Hull more »

Balfour Beatty picked for £49m town centre scheme in Cheshire

08/08/2014: A £49m contract to build a retail and leisure development in Northwich, Cheshire has gone to Balfour Beatty. more »

Developer sought for Manchester station scheme

07/08/2014: Network Rail and Manchester City Council are seeking a developer for a major mixed-use scheme on land next to Manchester Oxford Road railway station. more »

Morgan Sindall wins northwest schools batch

06/08/2014: Morgan Sindall Investments and Equitix have been provisionally chosen by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) for the PF2 North West priority school building programme batch. more »

Catalyst offers £100m maintenance deals

06/08/2014: Housing repair and maintenance work with a value of up to £100m over the next 10 years is being put out to tender by Catalyst Housing Group in London. more »

Robertson selected to build £100m Macallan distillery

06/08/2014: Robertson has been given the go-ahead to start construction of a new £100m distillery and visitor centre for The Macallan after Moray Council yesterday granted planning permission. more »

Laing O’Rourke lands £100m Imperial deal

06/08/2014: Laing O’Rourke has been appointed as main contractor for Imperial College London’s new Research & Translation Hub in White City. more »

Wrekin's build programme expands to 2,000 homes

06/08/2014: The Wrekin Housing Trust has been awarded a grant of more than £20m towards the construction of more than 730 homes over the next three years. more »

Kier racks up utilities workload

05/08/2014: A £200m contract from Bristol Water is the latest in a raft of major contract awards for Kier in the utilities sector. more »

Lend Lease plans Deptford housing

05/08/2014: Lend Lease has bought a site in Deptford, southeast London, that has planning consent for 905 homes and 158,000 sq ft of non-residential space. more »

Islington ends Kier contract to bring housing repairs in house

04/08/2014: Islington Council has called off its housing repairs contract with Kier, deciding against a three-year extension option, and brought the work back in house. more »

Scottish housing association tenders £35m biomass heating project

01/08/2014: Ore Valley Housing Association is inviting bids for a combined heat and power station in Fife. more »

BAM wins second batch of Hull schools

31/07/2014: BAM has been chosen as preferred bidder to build for four schools in Hull and the East Riding. more »

Interserve selected for Solent University's £21m teaching pod

30/07/2014: Interserve has won a £21.5m design and build contract for a new teaching building at Southampton Solent University. more »

National Grid appointment affirms Mace's infrastructure credentials

30/07/2014: The expansion of Mace from big building projects like the Shard to civil engineering works has been validated by a place on National Grid’s new framework for project services. more »

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